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    The movie is about Anthony’s life. He joins army and he is trained to be a sniper. After that, he joins Gulf War and experiences the harsh living condition on the battlefield, the difficulties between live and die that he never can forget.  
    Duration: 125 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2005
    IMDb: 7
    (10) Voted
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  • Actors of "Jarhead"

  • Characters of "Jarhead"

  • Directors of "Jarhead"

    Sam Mendes. Director of Jarhead

    Sam Mendes

    Birthdate: 1 August 1965, Reading, Berkshire, England, UK
  • Creators of "Jarhead"

    William Broyles Jr.. Director of Jarhead

    William Broyles Jr.

    Birthdate: 8 October 1944, Harris County, Texas, USA
    Anthony Swofford. Director of Jarhead

    Anthony Swofford

    Birthdate: 12 August 1970, Fairfield, California, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Jarhead"

    Time Out

    February 09, 2006

    The film's strong suit is vagueness, presenting combat as a semi-surreal state of ignorant expectation and dislocated experience: these warriors loll in the desert awaiting action or trying to make sense of its consequences.

    New York Magazine/Vulture

    December 09, 2005

    Jarhead is utterly predictable (boys endure tough training; boys encounter another culture and are baffled), studded with first-rate performances.

    AV Club

    December 06, 2005

    Screenwriter William Broyles, Jr., a former Vietnam pilot and Newsweek editor, connects reasonably well with the material, but American Beauty director Sam Mendes has a tendency to smooth out the rough edges, and the film goes flat as month-old soda.

    Ebert & Roeper

    November 07, 2005

    This is a very strong film with really good performances.

    Washington Post

    November 04, 2005

    What's so good about the movie is Gyllenhaal's refusal to show off; he doesn't seem jealous of the camera's attention when it goes to others and is content, for long stretches, to serve simply as a prism though which other young men can be observed.

    USA Today

    November 04, 2005

    Director Sam Mendes' third screen outing pretty well nails Swofford's tone, which was mordant without being disrespectful, and, in fact, is begrudgingly reverent of the Corps.

    Cinema Crazed

    April 29, 2009

    For some it's an anti-war message, for others it's just a non-biased portrait of a man who never went to war despite being in the military during war time.

    Dark Horizons

    January 15, 2008

    Sporadically entertaining, and ultimately pointless -- although that seems to be its agenda right from the start.


    September 24, 2007

    As a depressive riff on Generation X's first war...it's exceptionally well-crafted.

    Big Picture Big Sound

    July 14, 2007

    What little statement the film makes revolves around the absurdity of these men, trained to shoot with ultimate precision, and never given the chance to fire off a round.

    Eye for Film

    July 10, 2007

    As time passes, waiting for orders becomes like waiting for Godot, an absurdist tragicomedy of frustration, madness and masculinity gone awry.

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